Following the firing of Michael Beale, Jesse Marsch, the former manager of Leeds United, is one of the early favorites to take over at Scottish Premiership team Rangers.
Rangers released a statement saying that Beale’s “results this season have fallen short of what everyone connected to Rangers would expect” after a 3-1 home loss to Aberdeen on Saturday.
Rangers started the Scottish Premiership season with four victories and three losses, which put them in third place after the loss to Aberdeen. Although St Mirren are above them in second place with 15 points, they are already seven points behind Celtic.
Upon leaving Leeds he said in March: “I’ve taken some time out for myself over the last couple of months and it’s been a good chance to reflect on aspects of life while in Leeds.
“I’m very proud of our achievements like staying up in 21/22 and when I look back on my time at Leeds, I’ll think of that with great pride.
“I’m also grateful to have worked with a great group of players and staff and to have met some fantastic people in Yorkshire. I’m taking some time to consider the right next step but until then, I’ll be enjoying time with family & friends.”